7 September 2010
BAFTA, Piccadilly, London
Theme: The economics of media archive business and how technology does, will and could impact on revenues and costs.
The term “cloud computing” has been gaining usage within the media archive landscape and can mean different things to different people. So what and where is this cloud and what are the benefits and dangers of going there? The “cloud” is just another term for the Internet and cloud computing simply refers to any services and applications that are hosted and accessed via the web. This BAFTA/FOCAL Int event intends to demystify the term and debate the applications and impacts new ways of doing business have on Archive businesses.
After the event programme attendees will have the chance to discuss issues informally and network with Archive personalities and characters. Plus networking social for delegates graduating from FOCAL International's New Entrants Scheme (Joint FOCAL International / BAFTA event)
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